Spring is beginning to show its tender shoots, and walking with the canine triad is becoming more enjoyable, especially with the impressive amount of ballet and aerobics. (you are missing quite a sight.) I just got back from a walk and it made me think about springtime as a child. Where I grew up, there was … More Blogs, Books, and Blithering
Here we are at the end of December already. Looking back I realize it’s been almost a month since my last blog. I had every intention of writing a long melodramatic saga about my trip to North Carolina… and my six days without luggage. Alas, most of the drama has leaked out of me. (Fortunately … More Friends are Family with Festivity
from my house to yours… It’s hard to believe November’s over, well nearly. October was so busy with traveling, and the first part of November finishing up Balefire, while simultaneously doing a NaNoWriMo novella. Happily, Balefire is available and doing well. The novella is finished and will hopefully be unavailable around Christmas—fingers crossed. The story … More Turkey, Thanksgiving, and Chocolate Silk Pie…oh my
(okay, this is not really my desk. My office has a health department warning right now. This is where I write since the Dell tech left.) Today is the last day of September. There always seems to be a never-ending list of things to do when fall comes. Shut down the cooler, start of the … More nope, it isn’t always easy
Friday Blog This is an unplanned bonus! For those of you who have dogs, you know there’s a difference between the bark for announcement: “mom,there might be a strange dog running through the front yard” and “uh oh, something in the driveway I don’t recognize”. Since my office is at the far end of the … More Extra! Friday funnies
In our last episode–Thursday morning, you’ll remember, the morning coffee carafe exploded. No injuries, just great surprise. Late that afternoon, I drove into Albuquerque to meet several friends for dinner and we enjoyed a lovely meal on the patio at O’Niell’s on Juan Tabo. Darkening skies and a few large raindrops ended the evening and … More Wind, Rain, Hail, Floods, and broken glass…oh my!
You know, this past year has been a little bit like Dating a Dervish. A wild ride filled with highlights, low-lights, deadlines, pressure, exhilaration, joy, and sorrow. There’s no need to detail every event, since most of them are documented here on my site. Suffice it to say, that just over a year ago I was … More Plates are spinning